Jakarta | 10 – 12 Maret 2016 | Rp 5.000.000
Jakarta | 02 – 04 Mei 2016 | Rp 5.000.000
Jakarta | 21 – 23 Juli 2016 | Rp 5.000.000
Jakarta | 01 – 03 September 2016 | Rp 5.000.000
Jakarta | 02 – 04 November 2016 | Rp 5.000.000



Training Description Business Architecture

What does Business Architecture mean to your organization? How do you enable it to create value for the organization? What pieces need to be in place to ensure its success? What skills and techniques need to accompany a successful BA effort? An organization’s business model, goals, organizational structure and other constraints need to be considered when looking at how business architecture can become a value-added, business-focused discipline within the organization.

The above  questions and many others need to be carefully considered while embarking on the journey of creating a business architecture within your organization.

This one-day overview course addresses these questions and considerations by discussing business architecture fundamentals and the array of different ways that today’s organizations are moving ahead with their Business Process Architechture efforts.



  • Define Business Architecture and its benefits
  • Identify and define the important dimensions that  make up a Business Process Architecture
  • Present modeling techniques used in the three dimensions of  Business Process architecture
  • Discuss the different approaches organizations have for their Business Process Architecture initiatives
  • Review the organizational considerations when applying Business Process Architecture
  • Address the relationship among business process and the critical success factors
  • Understand how to tailor a Business Architecture for multiple purposes including business transformation and business improvement
  • Identify the appropriate use of tools to support Business Process Architecture


Target Audience

  • Application Developer
  • Application / software  Designer
  • Application integration engineer
  •  Functional Specialist
  •  MIS Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Managers seeking to improve business process productivity through IT and Enterprise Architechture implementation
  •  Decision makers involved in developing and evaluating strategic IT plans
  •  Executives involved in the management and governance of IT resources
  •  IT practitioners wishing to enhance their knowledge of  strategic infrastructure implementation



3 days


Course Contents Business Architecture

  1. What is Enterprise/Information Technology  Architecture (EA)?
  2. EA/ IT Architechture Definition
  3. The Enterprise/ Information Technology Architecture Domain
  4. EA Vision and Benefits
  5. EA Segments
  6. EA Frameworks and Selection Principles
  7. EA Interfaces
  8. EA Governance
  9. EA Products
  10. EA Implementation Strategy
  11. EA Domains
  12. Business drivers for Enterprise Architecture
  13. Key Issues for EA
  14. EA implementation essentials

·  Strategies, architectures, models, skills, approaches and tools

·  Developing and managing an EA

·  EA Budget Allocation and Roles

·  EA Performance Measurement

·  EA Budget / Performance Integration

·  Component-Based Architectures

·  Enterprise Architecture (EA) Choices

·  TOGAF, Zachman Framework (ZF) and RUP/EUP,  Spewak’s EAP, DoDAF, MODAF, AGATE, and FEAF

  1. Current State and Future Directions of the IT Industry
  2. The IT Challenge
  3. Alignment of IT to Business
  4. Rols of EA
  5. IT Strategic Planning
  6. IT Program and Portfolio Management
  7. IT Development vs. Operations
    • SDLC
  8. IT Governance
  9. Regulatory and Compliance (SOX)
  10. COBIT
  11. COSO
  12. IT Infrastructure Architecture Domains
  13. Integrated Architecture Framework
  14. Architecture and Architecture Framework Defined
  15. Trends in IT
  16. Social Networking
  17. Web 2.0/Mashups/Wiki/Widgetization
  18. Enterprise 2.0
  19. Virtualization
  20. SOA
  21. Green Computing
  22. EA Components
  23. Application and Technology Architecture
  24. Conceptual, Logical, and Physical Views
  25. Application Architecture
  26. Application Patterns
  27. Technology Architecture
  28. Technology Patterns
  29. Business Architecture
  30. Information Architecture
  31. Data Architecture
  32. Systems Architecture
  33. Systems Management
  34. Privacy
  35. Security and Directory
  36. Capacity Planning
  37. Disaster Recovery
  38. Computer Architecture
  39. The Business Architecture
  40. Access Architecture
  41. Integration Architecture
  42. Network Architecture
  43. Platform Architecture
  44. EA Implementation Plan Examples
  45. EA Planning, Acquisition and Requirements Generation
  46. Strategies for EA Management
  47. Implementing EA Strategies
  48. Integration of EA, Security, and Capital Planning Processes
  49. Building Support for EA Across Independent Organizations
  50. Using the EA to Assess and Improve Performance
  51. Using the EA to Make Intelligent Management Decisions
  52. Tactical Issues for Applying EA Investments
  53. Designing an EA for Business Value and Relevance
  54. The Change Management Challenge of Implementing a Successful EA Program
  55. Lessons Learned from EA Implementations
  56. Architecture and Transformation
  57. Essential Elements for Creating a Usable Enterprise Architecture
  58. A Comparison of the Top Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies
  59. Using the Enterprise Architecture to Quantify the Benefits of IT Projects
  60. The Zachman Framework (ZF) for Enterprise Architecture
  61. Using the Zachman Framework to Integrate Security and EA
  62. Enterprise knowledge artifacts
  63. Extended framework
  64. Rules of the Framework
  65. The Open Group Architectural Framework (TOGAF)
    • Architecture Development Method (ADM)
    • Enterprise Continuum
  66. Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF)
  67. The Rational Unified Process (RUP) and Enterprise Unified Process (EUP)
  68. Spewak’s EAP
  69. Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)  v1.5 and v2
    • All View (AV)
    • Operational View (OV)
    • Systems View (SV)
    • Technical Standards View (TV)
    • DoDAF v2 Views and DoDAF Metamodel
  70. Nato Architecture Framework (NAF)
  71. The UK Ministry of Defence Architectural Framework (MODAF)
    • Strategic goals of the enterprise, and the people, processes and systems
  72. AGATE, A framework by French government agency-Délégation Générale pour l’Armement (DGA)
    • AGATE (Atelier de Gestion de l’ArchiTEcture des systèmes d’information et de communication)
    • Stakes, Objectives, and context about the system
  73. Business architecture: describes organizations and Business processes
  74. Service-oriented architecture (SOA)
  75. Logical architecture of the system
  76. Physical architecture of the systems
  77. Hardware and software products used in the architecture
  78. EAI, BPM, SOA, and Web Services to Support Your Enterprise Architecture
  79. Case Studies
  80. The Governance Enterprise Architecture (GEA)
  81. Definition and Motivation
  82. GEA models
  83. GEA Implementation directions
  84. e-Government development
  85. Establishment of appropriate EA governance processes
  86. EA Governance and EA Program Management
  87. EA Change Management and EA Deployment
  88. Usage milestones map to the enterprise assessment Criteria
  89. Cost Savings and Cost Avoidance
  90. Transition Strategy Performance
  91. Measuring EA Program Value
  92. Development and execution of EA value measurement plan to demonstrate the value of enterprise architecture (EA) in achieving enterprise objectives
  93. Implementing an Enterprise Architecture Program

      Enterprise Architecture (EA) Exercises

  • EA Selection Principles
  • EA Implementation Templates
  • EA Implementation Checklist
  • EA Gap Analysis
  • EA Case Studies


This part of the training shall divulge and highlight to the participants practical and particular cases related to the subject of  good asset recovery management.


Trainer :

Dr. Ir. Fauzi Hasan, MM, MBA

Dr. Fauzi Hasan Pada saat ini adalah President American Academy untuk Chapter Indonesia yang melingkupi American Academy of Project Management dan American Academy of Finance Management yang berpusasat di Colorado Spring, Colorado USA.

Pengalaman Dr. Fauzi Hasan diperkaya dengan keterlibatannya pada beberapa proyek terkait Business Process Modeling dan Improvement yang selaras dengan standard dan metodologi CMMI (Capability Maturity Model and Integration), dimana dalam akhir dekade ini banyak membantu organisasi Pemerintah dan Bank dalam membangun dan mengimplementasi Crisis Management Strategy seperti pembuatan BCP (Business Continuity Plan) dan DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan).

Dr. Fauzi Hasan telah memberikan  kontribusi langsung untuk penyelesaian dan keberhasilan penerapan Frameworks dan Best Practices seperti: ITIL, COBIT, PMBOK, Prince2, TOGAF, ISO 20000, ISO 27000, ISO 38500, COSO dan yang lain  diberbagai bidang industri. Sebagai seorang profesioal yang kompeten di bidang teknologi informasi, manajemen proyek dan proses bisnis ini dibuktikan dengan dimilikinya sejumlah sertifikat Internasional terkait tata kelola teknologi informasi dan industri (IT and Industrial Goverannce).

Dr. Fauzi Hasan dalam karirnya sebagai executive telah bekerja di beberapa perusahaan lokal maupun internasional seperti: Philips Netherlands, Sony , Warner Lambert, Singapore Technology Logistics, Hewlett-Packard,  EMTEK Group, Intergraph,  Jatis eCom-Sumitomo Group, dan ERESHA Group.


Investasi Training

Rp 5.000.000,- termasuk ( Souvenir, Flash disk, materi hand-out dan CD modul, 2x coffee break, makan siang dan sertifikat )


Tempat :

Hotel Harris Tebet, Jl. Dr. Sahardjo No. 191 – Jakarta Selatan



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